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Steadily improving Mahi Mahi bite

Capt. Jim Black
September 20, 2015
Jupiter - Saltwater Fishing Report

The Mahi bite has been steadily improving over the past few weeks. We're catching the larger fish 12-15 miles offshore on larger weed lines or mats trolling ballyhoo and pitching white bait. We're also catching nice size schoolies trolling in 250' - 350' and slow drifting live bait in 100' inside the Jupiter ledge.

We're catching Blackfin Tuna in 250' - 350' trolling daisy chains and small feathers.

The days before and after the September and October full moon mean Wahoo fast trolling from 100' to 350' from dawn till about 8:30.

There has been a decent Sailfish bite from the Juno Pier to the Stuart Inlet in 100' to 150' slow drifting white bait.

Jupiter Fishing Forecast:

As Fall approaches and the cold fronts start to push down, the Mahi and Sailfish bite should improve. December - March are our prime season for targeting Sailfish using live Goggle Eyes under kites.

Target Species:

Mahi Mahi, Wahoo Sailfish, Kingfish

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Offshore charter fishing Jupiter, FL at it's finest on the Black Attack. It's just a short boat ride to the ledge and you're catching Sailfish, Mahi Mahi, Tuna, Kingfish and any number of other pelagic species. Our primary goal is to ensure that everyone on board has a day of fun. We are a personal charter perfect for families, novices and avid anglers alike. Since fishing isn't "catching", we offer a "catch a fish guarantee" for those days the fish just don't want to cooperate.

Contact Info:

Black Attack Fishing
6171 Sand Pine Court
Jupiter, FL 33458
Phone: 561-632-7262
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